Fiddle duet, unknown - piano, Decca 12131. Two lovely polkas, of what is sometimes called a Northern style, as opposed to the more punchy style of Sliabh Luachra. Many early polka compositions seemed to have this floating quality, with long held notes. The first tune was recorded by James Morrison as the Return of Spring. The two Paddies here rename it in honor of their recording company, who was commendably liberal in recording traditional Irish music in the 1930s.